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1969 Chevrolet ImpalaReview
69ragtop writes:
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Big, Smooth, And Sexy. — I purchased this in 1986 in Tampa, Fl. I have put well over 100,000 miles on this car. It has new metal body parts, new paint, new interior, and I just dropped a 396 engine in it from a '67 Chevelle. Next will be a new top.

Pros: This is a smooth riding car that holds up to six people with enough seat belts for all.

Cons: With a 396 in the thing I get 10+ miles per gallon on 93 octane fuel.

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It Ain't That Many Still Running, If You Can Save One From The Crusher Do — A fun car to drive. Has some rust in the floor and the trunk, but that don't hurt anything the heat works so it ain't but so cold in the winter. Once I prime and paint it I'm going back white.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Its cool as Hell

Cons: Drinks a lot of gas

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The Hemp Green 69 Machine, Though The Color Was More Baby Poo Green —

I had the 4door with the 350, and quadrajet carb, This car was fast. This was the first car I ever owned, bought from a junkyard in 1996, when I was 16, it had belonged to some rich lady who had died and her family wanted it gone, so they took it the the junk yard. The car had sat in her garage for 15 years without being cranked, and had only 28954 miles on it the day I got it. Still had the factory tires on it (nearly 30 years later) I paid $800 for it, then it cost me $300 to replace all the gaskets and seals in it, and another 200 for a new set off tires. (Anything rubber on it was dry-rotted). This was a mean machine. Being a teenager I tried to top her out but always chickened out somewhere around 120mph. Mine was ugly to me, but everyone else loved the car. Once went to a car show, walked around and when I returned to my car to leave, found a large crowd gathered around it, they kept asking how I found all those parts to keep it original, I mearly pointed to the odometer, then to the Bow-tie on the front grill, and smiled. But unfortunately gas prices started to soar, and I had to park the car, being young dumb and desperate for another vehicle I sold it to a mechanic for $1200, 3 years after I bought it, he then put the motor and transmission in a 68 camaro, put a clunker motor and tranny in it, then won TWO demolision derbies in it. Broke my heart.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: everything

Cons: GM's 1960's green paint scheme, 4door

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Good Car To Get Noticed In — i curently own a 69 impala custom coupe and love it till no end it has a 255 horsepower 350 crate and is thirsty great smoth ride always get thumbs up driving it and would'nt trade it for anything. bought it for just under 5 grand and am going to spend a lot more on restoring it but it will be worth it

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: looks good smothe= ride and fun to drive

Cons: very very thirsty

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1969 Chevrolet ImpalaReview
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Handles Great, The Perfect Boat — Car Starts up and runs like champ. 176,000 miles and its still kicking, with a new motor and transmission, but come on, it is American made. Back then cars weren't meant to go for ever, well unless your Volkswagen... Truly an amazingly well built car, Chevys are simple and cheap to fix as well as to modify or trick out.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Amazing Detail, and the all down suicide windows are slick

Cons: Cant think of anything

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1969 Chevrolet ImpalaReview
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Ha Ha Fun — ugly but ran very nice and ran an 18 sec quarter mile which isn't bad considering it weighed a ton damn near two ha ha I liked it but had to sell it because I wanted a faster and nicer ride

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: BOB  Big Old Boat

Cons: gas guzzler especially when it leaked fuel lol ha ha ha

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1969 Chevrolet ImpalaReview
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My Fourth Car — Bought it for $250 drove it for 2 years, it was a beater low rider, ran good

Pros: Cheap

Cons: Ugly

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1969 Chevrolet ImpalaReview
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Take A Couch Add Wheels And There Youhave It — Big beautyfull 3tone hunk of car. That car there i put 10 people in it 4 in the frount 4 in the back and 2 in the trunk (they went in the trunk willing was not froced) Very big very safe and long car great at car shows driveings lots of room inside and with the 350 under that hood (this one had the 350 it came with from burth) it had power

Pros: very confey  lots of room to do what ever u want in it

Cons: cons??  well 69 3ton 5.7 letter V8 350   the gas bars love you

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1969 Chevrolet ImpalaReview
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Best ! And Then Theres The Rest — I owned a 1969 Impala 2dr fastback it had a 350 motor/automatic on the floor. This car was my first car and I would love to replace it! although many thought of it as a Big boat I can asure anyone this car MOVED. I also got my first speeding ticket in it.

Owner for 2 years, 6 months

Miles Driven per Year:20,000

Pros: Big car, lots of room and it floated over the road. Honestly you need to drive one. theres none like it

Cons: Hard to find one today.  in Canada

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1969 Chevrolet ImpalaReview
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I Like The Vehical Brings Back Fond Memories — My 69 Impala is partial restored Has a 396 numbers matching big block turbo 400 auto trans with open diff. The car has orginal interior split bench The car is green with green interior with a green vinyl roof. As for preformace but for tire spin accelleration is quit remarkable for such a large car.It float down the hiway like a dream. The down side even with new shocks and suspension pieces it handles in a corner like a cow with a broken leg. Body roll is excessive to say the least.As for stopping it does but very slowly because it has for wheel drum brakes. In conclusoin nice looking lots of style good ride on a sunny day.GUY

Owner for 1 years, 0 months

Miles Driven per Year:10,000

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